Authors porous concrete HPPC with good workability and


Proposed methodology

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Suozzo &
Dewoolkar,  2014

Replacement of Natural Aggregate with RCA
at 10, 20,30,50,100%, In addition to cement, FA in (5, 10, 20)% along with,

-No statistically significant differences
were found in compressive strength measurements between elastomeric pad- and
sulfur-capped specimens.
– The infiltration rate measured using the
falling head infiltrometer correlated very well with single ring
-Using an L/D smaller 2:1ratio increased
compressive strength measurements by 1 Mpa.

M. A.R.
Bhutta et al. (40)

different agg, sizes are choose along with SP and cohesive agent

-Combination of SP and cohesive agent could
produce acceptable high performance porous concrete HPPC with good
workability and strength properties regardless of  any special compaction or vibration or
types of pervious concrete and aggregate size.
-Showed linear relationship between the
compressive strength and porosity and coefficient of permeability and
porosity for all pervious concretes in the range of 15–30% total void ratio.

Zhifu Yang

Variation in w/c with different combination
of Silica Fume, Fiber+ AEA

An increase in cement content slightly
increased the F-Resistance of water-cured pervious concrete
It was observed that increasing w/c from
0.25 to 0.35 would increase F-T resistance of both water- and air-cured
pervious concrete.
Silica fume
was observed to help increase the F-T resistance of water-cured pervious
concrete in the presence of deicing salts; whereas in a similar condition,
polypropylene fibers had an insignificant effect.

Li et al. 2017

Silica fume,
fly ash  (selected as reactive
powder,  and U-type expansion agent
(UEA) (which consists aluminum
aluminum oxide and aluminum potassium sulfate,

Optimum mix proportion of RPC was determined to guarantee
performance of HSPC based on it .&Results show that the optimized product
has over 70 MPa of compressive strength and 
10 MPa of flexural strength with a 13.02 mm/s permeability coefficient
characterization indicates both satisfactory strength and desirable permeability

et al. 2010

to improve the strength properties of
concrete through the incorporation of latex polymer

Results indicate that it was possible
to produce pervious concrete mixture with acceptable permeability and
strength through the combination of latex and sand
Use of the combination of latex,
natural sand, and fiber could produce acceptable pervious concrete with both
enough drainage and strength properties.
Fiber did not have a significant
effect on the strength properties of pervious concrete in this study

Shen et
al., 2012

Compared different methods to apply
TiO2 onto the surface of pervious concrete

Pervious concrete, surface treated
with photo catalytic titanium dioxide, showed high pollutant removal
efficiency and satisfy the hydrological efficiency

Tho-in et al., 2012

 lignite fly ash (FA), sodium silicate,
sodium hydroxide  solution and coarse
aggregate used to make geopolymer concrete

The high-calcium fly ash geopolymer
binder could be used to produce pervious concrete with satisfactory
mechanical properties

Nguyen et al., (121)

60% mass of the natural aggregates
was replaced by crushed seashells and about 6% of sand is used to make shell
pervious concrete

– The crushed shells have a lower
mechanical strength and freeze/thaw durability than the control pervious
– The mixture of silty clay and sand
causes a significant decrease in permeability of pervious concrete
– The restoration of the permeability
after washing depends on the initial permeability value

C.A. Murray et al. 2014

Composite materials for use as
permeable pavers were prepared from chitosan and tire crumb.

-Compressive strength and hydraulic
conductivity similar to conventional permeable pavers was achieved.
– Sorption capacity of dissolved zinc
from water was as high as 0.63 mg per gram of chitosan.
-Unlike other permeable pavements,
properties were not strongly dependent on binder content

V. Sata et al. (127)

Three types of single-size coarse
aggregates with 4.5–9.5 mm diameter were used 
natural coarse aggregate (NA), recycled aggregate from concrete (RC)
& recycled aggregate from crushed broken clay brick (RB)with high-calcium fly ash (FA), (Na2SiO3) &
(NaOH) solution

The results indicate that both RC and
RB can be used as recycled coarse aggregates for making PGC with acceptable
relationships of density and
compressive strength, splitting tensile and compressive strength, and total
void ratio and water permeability coefficient in pervious high-calcium fly
ash geopolymer concrete incorporating recycled coarse aggregates were similar
to those of conventional pervious concrete.

T. Tho-in et al. (128)

Pervious geopolymer concretes (PGCs)
were prepared from lignite fly ash (FA), sodium silicate (NS),
sodium hydroxide (NH) solution, and
coarse aggregate. The FA to coarse aggregate ratio of 1:8 by weight,
constant NS/NH ratio of 0.50, alkaline
liquid/FA ratios of 0.35, 0.40, and 0.45, and NH concentrations
of 10, 15, and 20 M were the PGC mix

Results showed that the high-calcium
fly ash geopolymer binder
could be used to produce
perviousconcrete with satisfactory mechanical properties. The relationships
of the density-void content, compressive strength-density, and compressive
strength-void content of the PGCs were derived and found to be similar to
those of conventional pervious concrete.